I have been selling real estate for over 25 years and have helped hundreds of Buyers
and Sellers in the Hampton Roads area with providing professional advice and
knowledgeable service. . . many being your own neighbors. As a long time resident of
the Hampton Roads Peninsula, I am the expert to call to help you with all your home
buying and selling needs in the Newport News, Hampton, Yorktown, Poquoson and
Williamsburg/James City County areas, along with all the neighboring Hampton
Roads communities. I specialize in selling single family homes, condominiums,
townhouses, new construction, 55+ communities, military relocations and more. I
have a strong network of resources within our communities so please don’t hesitate to
call if you have any questions. Remember, if its important to you, its important to me.
. . The process is all about you and your needs.
My work ethic didn’t start in the real estate industry, but followed me from my past
career as a Government Facilities Operations Manager. . . where I managed various
government office buildings and housing complexes. I was awarded various awards
for my accomplishments and dedication to my customers. Being raised in a military
family, I understand the circumstances that surround military relocations and the
various housing needs of our service families. I pride myself in attention to detail,
good communication and personal service, which has helped me build long term
relationships with my clients. I keep the needs of my clients in the forefront of all my
actions and provide on-going communications with them throughout the entire buying
and selling process.
Real Estate is probably the biggest investment you will make so you want to make the
right choices. So, whether you are upsizing, downsizing, or buying your very first
home, let the power of Peninsula Realty and my many years of successful experience
help you with all your real estate needs.
Leslie Holmes should be “Your 1 st Choice in Real Estate”. Call 757-871-4405.
Oh, by the way, I appreciate your referrals too . . .